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Rouen Duck Using PECk-O-MATIC Automatic Duck Feeder - The Rouen Duck was first included in the American Poultry Association (APA) Standard of Perfection in 1874. If the feed is crumble, pellet, wheat, oats, cracked corn, peas or barley, the ½ inch regulator disc from PECKOMATIC Automatic Duck Feeder will be suitable. Crumble can be fed through the 3/8 inch regulator disc as well. #RouenDuck #Automatic #Poultry #Feeder


Chicken A Day: Day 7 - Easter Egger “ An Easter Egger is any chicken that possesses the “blue egg” gene, but doesn’t fully meet any breed standard defined in the American Poultry Association’s (APA) standards, The name derives from the resemblance of...

This article aligns with Freud's views of homosexuality. It summarizes the history of the gay community, and how they protested the APA standard classifcation of homosexuality being an illness. This took place in 1970. APA removed it from the mental illness list because of the gay community's voiced concerns.The writer expresses that being gay was never a mental illness, because the APA took it off over night. He believes that if it truly was an illness, they should have proven it not to be.

Welsummers are named after the village of Welsum in Holland where they originated. They are famous for their large, dark, terracotta-brown eggs. They have a wonderful disposition. By far, they are one of the friendliest breed we have to offer. They are the first to figure out who butters their bread and readily come to us when we call them with treats. In addition to breeding to the APA standard for the breed, our breeding program emphasizes egg color, size and lay rate. Did you know these…

The Buckeye is a breed of chicken originating in the U.S. state of Ohio. Created in the late 19th century, Buckeyes are the only American Poultry Association (APA) standard breed of chicken known to have been created by a woman, and the only one in the American Class to have a pea comb. As of 2014, Buckeyes are listed as "Threatened" by the The Livestock Conservancy. Wikipedia